Are You Getting Appropriate Medical Care For Your Specific Injury?

After you suffer a work injury or illness, it is important for your doctor to provide an accurate diagnosis and recommend appropriate medical treatment. Otherwise, you may never fully recover from your injury.

Your employer's insurance carrier will likely recommend a doctor, but keep in mind that insurance companies are in business to protect their profits. You should ask yourself whether the insurance company recommended a doctor who really has the medical expertise to diagnose and treat your specific injury. And you should ask yourself whether the insurance company really has your best interest in mind when recommending a doctor to treat you.

At the Law Offices of Antony E. Gluck, PC, we help injured workers get appropriate medical care while maximizing their workers' compensation benefits. If the insurance company's doctor recommendation is not appropriate for your case, we can recommend a doctor for you, and we can take on the insurance company while you focus on what matters most: your health and family.

For a free consultation with a skilled and dedicated workers' compensation attorney, contact us today. We have offices in San Bernardino and Encino, and we represent clients throughout Southern California.

Put A Workers' Compensation Lawyer On Your Side

We have more than 20 years of experience in workers' compensation and insurance matters. In terms of insurance company tactics, we have seen it all.

If a doctor has provided an inappropriate diagnosis, treatment or disability evaluation, we have the knowledge and resources to cross-examine that doctor and help you get appropriate medical care and the benefits you deserve.

If a doctor has recommended that you return to work before you are medically able to do so, we can gather the appropriate medical evidence to prove the extent and true nature of your injury so that you can continue receiving the benefits you need.

Types Of Benefits

Workers' compensation provides medical and disability benefits, including temporary disability benefits and permanent disability benefits. Workers' compensation also provides occupational retraining or skill enhancement benefits if you don't fully recover and don't go back to work for the same employer. The specific benefits that you receive will depend on the severity and duration of the injury or illness.

Get Your Free Consultation

With offices in San Bernardino and Encino, we represent injured workers throughout Los Angeles, the South Bay, the Inland Empire and all of Southern California. For a free consultation, call 877-382-2113 or contact us via email. We can help.

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